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November is officially Oregon Goes To College month! A record number of high schools across the state are supporting seniors in applying for college and financial aid as well as helping students in all grades explore their education options after high school.
Do you have questions about paying for college and the financial aid process? Students and families can join us for a series of live streamed presentations with Oregon experts.
Confused by financial aid forms? You're not alone. Use these four resources to get help in completing the FAFSA or ORSAA.
For most students, the cost of college will factor into the decision about where to attend. Find out what you need to know about comparing financial aid award letters.
Scholarships are free money for college and are not just for the 4.0 student, the star athlete or the class president. Check out these 7 weird and wacky scholarships you might be eligible for, or check out our scholarship list to find countless others you can apply to!
Since the FAFSA and ORSAA opened on October 1, schools across Oregon have been hard at work helping students complete the critical financial aid forms. How are we doing? According to the new #FormYourFuture FAFSA tracker from the National College Access Network, the statewide FAFSA completion rate is 37% as of January 12, 2018.